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Collab4Safety Policy Conference 2016 - live streaming

Monday, May 23, 2016 - 15:00

The Collab4Safety team is organizing the project’s final event on the topic of Strengthening Cooperation for Global Food Safety Research which will take place at CIRAD, in Montpellier, France, on the 29th June and 1st of July 2016.

The event will start on the afternoon of the 29th June with a SELAMAT session, organized in cooperation with Collab4Safety, on the topic of "Food Safety in relation to food security and climate change in Africa". 

The morning of the second day of the event will focus on the presentation of the achievements of the Collab4Safety project, including the results of the Delphi study and the implementation plan for the policy recommendations. The afternoon session is focused on external insights on food safety from representatives of FAO, World Bank, EFSA, and the European Commission. 

The detailed programme is available here. The presentations will be live-streamed. 

Follow the live stream of the event through the following access data:

https://cirad.ubicast.tv//login-local/
identifier: collab4safetylive
password: 2016063001

 

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Both lunches will cost around 40 EUR and will be at Circulaire Cafeteria.

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Jul 4th, 2016

The Final Event of the Collab4Safety project - the Policy Conference - took place in Montpellier, France, between the 29th of June and 1st of July 2016.
The first day started with a SELAMAT session, organized in cooperation with Collab4Safety, on the topic of "Food Safety in relation to food security and climate change in Africa".

May 23rd, 2016

Follow the live stream of the event here (user: collab4safetylive | pass: 2016063001)

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